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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, October 22, 2017

Op-Ed

Rabbi Rolando Matalon of the decidedly non-Orthodox Bnai Jeshurun synagogueI must confess to a rising sense of frustration and rage when observing the increasing number of ill-informed and fallacious critiques of Israel by liberal Diaspora Jews.

This is not in reference to the loathsome so-called anti-Zionist Jews who call for boycotts of Israel. Nor even to jaundiced far-Left Jewish groups like J Street, that inflict considerable damage on the Jewish state by calling on the US government to pressure Israel, or orchestrate petitions such as those recently circulated among liberal Jewish clergy demanding that Israel cancel plans for residential construction in Jerusalem’s Jewish suburbs and the E-1 area.

I refer to those Jews who, when it was fashionable, were enthusiastic supporters of Israel. But the

The former secretary of state offers a dubious defense of Chuck Hagel and his comments about the ‘Jewish lobby.’

Colin Powell thinks Chuck Hagel’s use of the term “Jewish lobby” was an innocent mistake, for which he should atone by writing “Israel lobby” 100 times on a blackboard.

“That term slips out from time to time,” the former secretary of state told David Gregory on Sunday’s “Meet the Press.” Mr. Powell also thinks that when Mr. Hagel’s critics “go over the edge and say because Chuck

I think this is what is called a slam dunk. Barack Obama has now proposed filling the three positions in the US administration most concerned with the security of the nation and the defence of the free world, those at State, Defence and the CIA, by three men who have all taken up positions which can only strengthen those who threaten the security of America and the survival of the free world.

Obama proposes to instal as Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel. Six years ago, Senator Hagel refused to

Chuck Hagel hates Jews. Or should I say, he hates Jews who think that Jews have rights and that their rights should be defended, in Israel by the government and the IDF, in America by Israel’s supporters.

As I mentioned before, it is not at all surprising that Obama appointed Hagel, and I see little chance that the Senate will reject his appointment. Israel and its American friends however can take heart that Israel will not be Hagel’s chief concern.

Hagel -- and Obama -- have bigger fish to

The top three members on the Shas Party’s new Knesset list, (L-R) Eli Yishai, Aryeh Deri, and Ariel Atias, during an event at Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s house in Jerusalem in October.It’s already become a permanent fixture in elections: The ethnic card is being played yet again. It appears to be unavoidable — at some point, there will always be someone who will pull that card from the deck and reawaken all of the gaps and rifts between Mizrahim (Jews of north-African and Middle-Eastern origin) and Ashkenazim (Jews of East European origin) to get voters to the polls and vote the right way.

The technique for creating an ethnic campaign is simple: First, choose a short and catchy